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Negotiations in Minsk may resume the next week. – Former president of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma

December 4, 2014

The second president of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma said that the next wound of negotiations in Minsk may begin the next week

Negotiations in Minsk may resume the next week. – Former president of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma

Negotiations in Minsk are held in format Ukraine-Russia-OSCE. Formed President of Leonid Kuchma represents Ukraine in these talks.

According to him, the next round of talks might be held the next week. Kuchma sees Minsk agreements and the ‘fundamental document’.

‘The firing has not stopped, but I believe that this is a fundamental document referenced by the whole world, and it is important that Russian also put its signature under it’.

Meanwhile, the leaders of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic say that they do not have any information concerning the meeting of contact group.

According to the Minsk agreements, Joint center of control and coordination of issues of ceasefire and demarcation line works in Eastern Ukraine. Ukrainian and Russian servicemen and specialists from Organization of Security and Cooperation in Europe work in this group.

On Wednesday Media Center of Nationals Security and Defense Council informed about its work on mechanism that would ‘stop the armed confrontation’. In particular, along with constant group in Debaltsevo, similar groups would be deployed in Donetsk and Luhansk.

Previously representatives of joint center tried to agree on ceasefire in Donetsk airport. Ukrainian servicemen and separatists declared a truce, but actually the fighting continued.

Press service of anti-terrorist operation informed that the agreement on ceasefire was not fully implemented.

 

Previously we reported about refitting of minibuses to transport mortar calculations in Donetsk to ensure their mobility and secrecy of movement.

Source: unian.ua, BBC Ukraine


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